Being sued on old debt? Getting representation is as important as hiring an attorney for a moving traffic violation. Befort Law provides an innovative, lower-cost fee structure that's easy to understand and could result in a significant cost savings.
Sued on an old debt? Be proactive.
More than 70% of debt suits go uncontested and result in default judgments against the consumer even though many of these cases are subject to statute of limitations and other defenses. There are often significant savings that can result from obtaining legal assistance to overcome the uncertainty and doubt that accompany such lawsuits. Befort Law makes that daunting process easier, more affordable and less intimidating. Befort Law has been successful in getting numerous cases dismissed in Jackson and Clay County in the past year. Put our experience to work for you.
And the savings add up
Most traditional law firm structures make getting legal counsel cost prohibitive. Befort Law offers something completely different and innovative.
After a free initial consultation, Befort Law charges a modest $500 to represent you in court. (Most debt resolution legal options merely ghostwrite pleadings, leaving you to fend for yourself in court.) If we successfully defend your case, we charge just 25% of the amount of money you saved over $1,000. No additional fees.
Just how much could you save? Use the calculator below to find out:
Free Initial Consultation
Modest Initial Fee of $500
Success Fee of 25% Saved over $1,000
Why Befort Law?
Befort Law's goal is to make dealing with old debt — from initial consultation to appearing in court to settlements and fees — as affordable and understandable as dealing with a moving violation.
Befort Law makes obtaining representation as painless as possible. If you're ready to be proactive, if you want to avoid the consequences that come with garnishment and other hassles, please schedule a free initial consultation by calling 816-569-6691.
Befort Law Firm, LLC
4035 Central St
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
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